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About Taronga Zoo
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Visited Taronga on a Roar & Snore visit. Overall experience was very good, accommodation was comfortable, with a morning wake up view across the harbour & great hospitality from the passionate staff. Some of the night activity was below par but a behind the scenes...More
I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Taronga Zoo. We arrived about 1pm and were there for about 3.5 hours. We felt this was the perfect amount of time to see the majority of the zoo as there were a few exhibits that didn’t interest us...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the zoo. The walk is all downhill to visit the enclosures and the Aussie wildlife area was a highlight for us—being able to walk among kangaroos, emus, and wallabys. Catch a ferry from Circular Quay and enjoy the views...More
Whilst the zoo setting is absolutely stunning, the number of enclosures where we couldn’t see any animals was high. We were also really looking forward to the tiger trek but after a 20 minute wait all we saw were 2 sleeping tigers! The real highlight...More
We recently visited the zoo and had such a great day. We arrived early as it was school holidays and a weekend so we expected utter kaos. Surprisingly, it was much less busy than our previous visit and our kids had a fantastic time exploring...More
A great way to spend a day with young kids. Good exercise going up and down the hills. Just make sure you take a packed lunch because the food for sale there is expensive and not very nice.